Bay Landing Thousand Trails in Texas

“It is good people who make good places.”
― Anna Sewell, Black Beauty

Bay Landing Thousand Trails in Texas
This park is near Bridgeport, Texas.

This park has a 5-mile walk. It’s called the Armadillo walk. We have our Fitbit’s charged and ready to go. 🙂 My Fitbit goal is 10,000 steps a day.

 We found a 30 amp site with full hook up next to the clubhouse. The street is called Hollywood Blvd. 🙂 The satellite reception and internet work well at our site. I think we’re going to have a nice quiet Easter here.


 The Scissor-tailed Flycatcher is a new find for us. The long forked tail on this bird is used it catch insects.

We applied for our elk’s membership in Texas this month. I’m excited to join the elk’s organization. If everything goes well we should be elks soon. Its good to be part of an organization that helps others. Also, the elks have RV parks all over the USA.

Happy RVing!

Finally, the seasonal Texas farmer markets are opening. I’m so excited!!!

Bird Spotting

  • Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher (new bird life lister for us)
  • Killdeer
  • Northern Cardinal
  • Mallards
  • Northern Shoveler
  • Northern Mockingbird


  • Texas Verbena
  • Texas Thistle
  • Wine cup
  • Coreopsis

Sky Watch Friday




5 thoughts on “Bay Landing Thousand Trails in Texas

  1. I was born with cartiledge for hips. I had to be placed in a cast from my waist to my just above my toes so it could harden into bone. My parents went to several organizations that were suppose to help children with medical needs. None of them would help. The local Elks Club helped us by getting my mom and me the bus tickets we needed to travel back and forth to the hospital. I had to have the cast change every 6 weeks for about a year and a half. My Uncle was also an Elk later in his life he was not at this time. David and I had a good experience with the Boulder City Chapter back in 2014. This is the exsert from my post from then.

    October 14
    Left Junction Ut. around 9:30 am. Traveled to Mesquite, Nevada stopped at the Wal-Mart and picked up a few groceries. Bob the Rv was running a little warm so we just hung out in the parking lot so he could cool down after his trip up and down The Virgin River Gorge. See the video “The Virgin River Gorge, Arizona” in My Videos tab. Continued on to Crystal, Nv let Bob cool down for a couple of hours while we wait for Los Vegas rush over to get over. When we got to Vegas we decided to just continue on to Boulder City Nevada. We took a wrong turn. We stopped a Neighborhood Wal-Mart to let Bob cool down and find where we needed to back track 2 miles.
    Well we got back on the right track and made it to Boulder City. We stopped at an Albertson’s to ask directions to the 2 Rv parks listed on the TomTom. A nice cashier set us on the right path and she also suggested the Elks Club cause they have an RV park. The 2 rv parks were full. So we tried the Elks. David talked to a bar steward named Colleen. She could see that he was very tired. She said I know you are not an Elks member and we do have spaces. So she sponsored him. We got a space!! A big thanks out to you Colleen. I love the Elks Club!

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